If you liked to break bricks you will love to crunch everything else. Enjoy 100 unique levels, all of them with their own colorful designs, crystal clear sound and elements behavior. Arkanoid fans must check this out.
Feel the full physics engine with advanced collisions. This allows for a completely new game experience in a freely shaped world and physically responding environment. Breakout was never so flexible.
Look at spectacular, 16 million colors, ultra smooth animated graphics. Flow with the music of the professional gaming music group 'Maniacs of Noise'. Extended sound track. Music Copyright © by Maniacs of Noise. See the advanced game particle system, designed to create a wide range of sparkling visual effects. Bricks, ball, weapons and everything else has something to show.
Discover never seen before power ups and power downs, including 9 different weapons and much much more. Breakout sat the basis, Arkanoid improved the concept. BreakQuest takes a step beyond, featuring lots of original, powerful, fun, high quality sound effects.
Command the ship of your choice from 10 different models. Control its fully deformable bouncing surface to save the world, or just to have some fun. Master the ball and clear the latest bricks with the gravitor (right mouse button).
Story mode with three difficulty settings each one, with fine tuned levels configuration, including number and disposition of bricks, bugs behavior and physics. Get the Keys to defeat the evil empire 'Azimut Total Business' and save the world once again, at least save yourself from boredom.
If you are a fan of Breakout and Arkanoid games, you'll appreciate the highly configurable arcade mode. Set up the game as you like: ball speed parameters, bumper size, customize power ups, select what levels you want to play and much more. Incredible replay value.
Breaking stuff is fun. It's something every kid learns before they can walk. Therefore, it's no surprise that breaking stuff has been a feature of video games their infancy. Breakout introduced the world to the joy of virtual brick breaking and a long line of successors has followed, introducing their own innovations and twists. Now, we have BreakQuest, the game that asks the eternal question, "Why just break bricks when you can break... everything else?"
Weird geometric shapes, balloon type things, hexagonal tiles and yes, even bricks, are all offered up for you to smash by bouncing one or more balls off of them. You can also launch missiles, shoot a spread gun, lay mines and more depending on which of a bewildering variety of power-ups you collect. The gameplay is powered by a physics engine that models the surface you bounce the balls off, their shape, gravity and god know what else. If that isn't enough to consider, the shape of your bumper can also change radically, affecting the way the ball bounces in some pretty interesting ways.
The game looks good too. The graphics are all 2D, but nicely done with lots of bright colors and glittering particle effects. As with most of these games the screen will occasionally be littered with so much stuff it is hard to track where the ball is going, but that just adds to the fun. Some of the levels have little nods to other classic games, which is always a treat for us old school gamers.
The sound effects are appropriate for brick breaking, the music is your basic video game techno that has become part of most gamers' DNA by this point. It's all workable, but nothing to write home about. On the other hand, it doesn't make you want to tear your hair out either, so that's a plus.
The rest of the presentation is wacky, in a self-consciously "Look how wacky I am!!! OMFG AM I WACKY!!!" sort of way. There's some kind of ridiculous story about saving the earth from an evil corporation who wants to enslave us all... Really, does it matter? Does anyone play a brick breaking arcade game because of the story?
This game has some legs with a 100 stages of varied breaking. If this style of game is your thing, this will keep you busy for a while. It also offers a highly customizable arcade mode for those that just can't get enough breaking. Between the physics based gameplay, variety of things available for breaking, power-ups and the number of levels on hand, this may the pinnacle of the Breakout-style game.
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